Training is based on the mutual respect between horse and handler to ensure safety of both parties.
Training progresses at a rate determined by the horse.
Horses are handled only by a qualified handler to ensure the horse maintains good manners at all times.
Includes but not limited to trailer loading, leg yields, vertical and lateral flexion, trail riding, reconditioning after a layoff/injury, tying, and general misbehavior(s).
Includes but not limited to being haltered, leading, standing quietly for grooming/farrier/vet, tying, longing, ground driving, bathing, loading, saddling, stalling, and desensitizing.
Owner participation is required as part of the training to maintain the horse's good behavior when the horse goes home.